Covid-19 & Real Estate in Montreal
My home is currently listed on the market, should I put it off market?
My home is currently listed on the market and I need to sell it urgently. Can I still allow visits?
Our top priority is to ensure the safety of our clients and brokers. In order to avoid any potential transmission of the virus, the various levels of government are recommending that no visits be made before May 4.
Will the Covid-19 virus hinder the sale of my home?
I am currently looking to rent/buy a property. Am I still allowed to visit properties?
I am currently looking to list my property. Is it a good time to do so?
Yes, of course! There’s no better time to make a checklist for your home. You can go around and check if the rooms need a new coat of paint and you can also de-clutter and depersonalize. These pre-market steps will allow you to showcase your home for the perfect photo shoot. Contact one of our Profusion brokers and they will be able to advise you on the various steps to ensure that your home is presented in an optimal setting. New technologies are great. Thanks to FaceTime, you will be able to show your home to the Profusion broker who will be able to give you useful advice to help you prepare your home for its future sale.
Will housing prices go down, because of the Covid-19 virus?
Our expert economists believe that lower interest rates combined with low inventory levels will continue to help Montreal’s real estate market prosper. Life goes on: love, weddings, births are all factors that give rise to a profound desire to create a home. And home is where the heart is!
To learn more about Covid-19
Gouvernment of Québec
World Health Organization